Bridge Program

Bridge Program

Even if you do not fully meet all the requirements for admission to AUM, you still may find a home here through our Bridge Program. This program is designed for students who meet specific academic criteria in order to enroll them in courses structured to prepare them for full admission. The Bridge Program connects you with campus resources so that you can thrive at AUM.


What is the AUM Bridge Program?

If you qualify, our Bridge Program will provide you with extra academic support for one semester prior to gaining full admission to AUM. During the Bridge semester, you will be enrolled in courses designed specifically for “bridging the gap” to a continued and successful college career. Throughout the semester, faculty and staff will assist you by teaching you skills needed for success in college.


If you graduated from high school less than three years ago, you must have :

  • 2.3 GPA (min.) + ACT 17 or SAT 900 (min.) or
  • GED 500 (min.) + ACT 17 or SAT 900 (min.) or
  • 2.0 GPA (min.) + ACT 18 or SAT 940 (min.) or
  • GED 450-499 + ACT 18 or SAT 940 (min.)

If you graduated high school more than three years, ACT or SAT scores are not required, but you must have:

  • 2.0 – 2.29 GPA (min.) or
  • 450 – 499 GED
Bridge Classes

The Bridge Program is one semester, and can begin Fall, Spring, or Summer semester. Bridge students can enroll in College Success, Math, English and/or Wellness up to 13 credit hours.

Apply to Enter the Bridge Program

To apply for the Bridge Program, follow these five easy steps.


Bridge program students sign a Bridge Program Contract in order to complete the admission process and enroll in classes.

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